Atlantic County's Longport Borough sits on Absecon Island and is known for its high-end real estate and as the first New Jersey municipality to charge for single-use bags. These homes are better described as seaside estates, with price tags to match.

20 Seaview Drive
$6,500,000
Monthly taxes: $6,377
Tell me all about it: This 10,000-square-foot, seven-bedroom, two-acre bayfront estate is a jaw-dropper. In addition to custom finishes like multiple center islands in the kitchen, a second "midnight" kitchen closer to the bedrooms, an infinity pool and a private floating dock, this property includes a master suite with a shower large enough to comfortably fit a crowd.

Courtesy of Zippora Tallent

1307 Beach Terrace
$5,350,000
Monthly taxes: $6,181
Tell me all about it: This five-bedroom manse sits on an oversized 64-foot by 125-foot lot. We love the villa feel of the property, particularly the enormous pool and patio area with spa out back. Inside, arched windows offer beautiful sea views and lots of light. The bathtub in the master suite is a dream. The property also has driveway parking for five and a two-car garage.

1307 Beach Terrace in Longport is on the market for $5,350,000.
Courtesy of Jerome Dipentino
1307 Beach Terrace in Longport is on the market for $5,350,000.
Courtesy of Jerome Dipentino
Courtesy of Jerome Dipentino

4 Point Drive
$3,850,000
Monthly taxes: $2,387
Tell me all about it: This four-bedroom home is situated on a quiet cul-de-sac that affords major views. Multiple decks offer entertainment and relaxation space, as do the in-ground pool with spa and the private putting green. The modern exterior makes the home stand out and adds serious curb appeal, too.

4 Point Drive in Longport is on the market for $3,850,000.
Courtesy of Joan Siracusa
4 Point Drive in Longport is on the market for $3,850,000.
Courtesy of Joan Siracusa
Courtesy of Joan Siracusa